Puget Sound Gateway Program - Library

Benefits of Program Acceleration Report

Per legislative direction, WSDOT submitted the Puget Sound Gateway Benefits of Program Acceleration Report to the Washington State Legislature in September 2018. The report provided options for completing the Program earlier than 2031 in order to deliver the projects’ benefits sooner. 

Benefits of Program Acceleration Report (pdf 1.3 mb)

Construction and Implementation Plan

Per legislative direction, WSDOT submitted the Puget Sound Gateway Construction and Implementation Plan to the Washington State Legislature in September 2018. It provides our baseline delivery plan for the SR 167 and SR 509 Completion projects.

Construction and Implementation Plan (pdf 1 mb)

2020 INFRA grant application

On February 25, 2020 WSDOT applied for a US Department of Transportation INFRA grant for the Puget Sound Gateway Program. INFRA grants provide funding for projects that address critical freight issues facing our nation’s highways and bridges. The Gateway application is below:

Gateway 2020 INFRA grant application (pdf 2 mb)

2019 INFRA grant application

On March 4, 2019 WSDOT applied for a US Department of Transportation Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA) grant for the Puget Sound Gateway Program. USDOT ultimately did not award requested funding to the Program. INFRA grants provide funding for projects that address critical freight issues facing our nation’s highways and bridges. The Gateway application and associated appendices are below:

Gateway 2019 INFRA grant application (pdf 2 mb)

2017 INFRA grant application

On November 2, 2017, WSDOT applied for a US Department of Transportation Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA) grant for the Puget Sound Gateway Program. USDOT ultimately did not award requested funding to the Program. INFRA grants provide funding for projects that address critical freight issues facing our nation’s highways and bridges.

Gateway INFRA grant application (pdf 1.33 mb)

Puget Sound Gateway Funding and Phasing Study

In 2013, following two decades of project development, WSDOT conducted a Funding and Phasing Study to establish an integrated, sustainable approach to completing the SR 167 and SR 509 corridor connections to I-5, while also relieving congestion and improving mobility between Tacoma and Seattle.

Funding and Phasing Study Final Report (pdf 2.7 mb)

Toll Feasibility Studies 

The Puget Sound Gateway Program conducted several tolling feasibility studies to establish a baseline for tolling the facilities as directed by the 2015 Legislature.

Stakeholder Meetings

View meeting materials on the Stakeholder Meetings page.